Seiko Prospex Street Series Watches

Nov 9, 2018

Category: Style

It’s not often that the U.S. gets an exclusive Seiko watch, but the Japanese manufacturer has finally made an exception for its North American fans. The latest offering from Seiko comes in the form of the Prospex Street Series line — a handsome unison of old-school design mixed with modern-day materials.

The Prospex SNE535 will house a full assortment of features like a Solar Diver, one-way rotating elapsed timing bezel, and LumiBrite hands and markers. It’s powered by light energy, so there are no batteries required to keep the timepiece running, and it utilizes a 10-month power reserve when fully charged. The watch is water-resistant up to 660 feet and meets ISO standards for scuba diving and other water-related activities. What’s more, if you’re one of the lucky few to grab one of the first 100 units sold, you’ll get a genuine leather water pouch with your purchase. The entire Street Series line includes gray, blue, and green colorways.

Purchase: $450

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